The girls go in a lot on this episode – from Trump to the Cover Boy, to Real O’Neal’s bisexual faux-pas getting called out by former Grey’s star Sara Ramirez. The hosts also chime in on the Grammys and are joined by one of our favorite guest co-hosts Lis.

Also, Orie sees his childhood hopes dashed as they discuss Ricky Martin’s fiance, leading to a discussion of hot celebrities. Not to mention, the shows.

Take a listen to our full stream with music from Leontyne Price, Cher, Ultra Nate and more on mixcloud below.

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We kicked off our show with Evening T joined by special guest co-host musical artist Billy Winn. Winn released a new single “He Won’t Do” and he joins co-hosts Orie and SaRea to discuss his…

“I feel that gay artists are just filling a gap that was once there when I was younger,  when there was variety ,when artists had different sounds. Now gay artists are adding that spice, that…

Sarea & Orie

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This week co-hosts Orie & SaRea are investigating what it means to be masculine within our queer communities, in the first of a three-part series.

 

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Sociology Professor Steven Dashiell, a researcher focusing on masculinity in marginalized groups,  joins us to give insight on definitions and controversies in masculine identity. Dashiell discusses several prevailing theories in masculinity, and why conflicts occur as individuals assume various identities along the masculinity spectrum.

 

 

 

 

 

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And, we talk to two people in our Real Queer panel who challenge the stereotypes many hold about TransMen. Nik Peet, a radical queer activist by his own definition, believes that being a man and having masculine identity doesn’t negate femininity. And, writer and activist Shaan Michael Wade talks to us about how Trans Men who have sex with men are invisible within queer spaces, and the effects of that invisibility.

 

 

 

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Plus in Evening T we discuss the awesome week Laverne Cox is having, and the disappointing results of the 2015 Studio Responsibility Index released by GLAAD this week.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This weekend, hundreds of walkers will step off in three locations around Ohio for the 2015 AIDS Walk Ohio, benefitting ARCOhio.

This year they are going for a  $300,000 fundraising target – the largest goal ever for the organization.

“Our programs rely a lot on our unrestricted funds, which cover the gaps in federal funding for our programs,” said Joel Diaz, Chief Development Officer for ARCOhio. Through these funds ARCOhio has been able to handle the around 5,000 clients served through their clinics and office.

“It’s a unique opportunity to impact the amount of individuals we’re serving…when you talk about the impact that $300,000 has, those numbers really add up,” said Diaz.

ARCOhio is hosting three events around the Buckeye state, Columbus, Dayton and Toledo. Diaz says the funds from these events helps the organization keep people healthy through their clinics and support services. The programs at ARC Ohio help the site report an almost 80% viral suppression rate, more than double the national average.

Donors can still contribute to campaigns, and you can register a donation on site at the walk. A lucky and dedicated group of folks who made it to Grand Walker status by raising $1,000 will even get to have a special brunch with Food Network’s Chopped host and Columbus-native Ted Allen. All for a good cause.

You can visit the AIDS Walk Ohio website for more information or to donate.

 

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